I got a "word of the day" from a website where I subscribe. It was 'froid'. The sentence included "très froid". When I listened to the native speaker say the sentence, I heard not "tray frwah" (sorry for the unofficial pronunciation attempt) that I would have expected, but "trays frwah".
I understand that due to liaisons, one puts the consonant "back" before vowels. Why is it back in this case?
Thanks, Janet (B1 ranking -- which means I have a LOT to learn. Any help appreciated.)